Welcome back to the (b)OINK hall of glory!

A bunch of you (b)OINKers got some work out recently and we want to scream it to the world.

Check ’em out and give ’em some love.

Kathryn McMahon (issue six) had her piece “It Would Not Have Our Bones” Nominated for 2017 Best of the Net over at The Citron Review. Check it (and all the other great selections) out here.

J.A. Pak (issue seven) got two pieces out, “Memory Place” at Minola Review and “Fail Safe” at 7×7. Check them out here and here.

Jenessa Abrams (issue nine) got her piece “I’m Not Here” at Cosmonauts Avenue. Check it out here.

Jad Josey (issue five) got his piece “Between Us, This” in Palooka and “We Disappear Alone, Together” in Pithead Chapel. Check them out here and here.

Lori Sambol Brody (issue six) got three pieces out. “The World’s More Full of Weeping Than You Can Understand” in Lost Balloon and “I Want to Believe the Truth is Out There” in the Jellyfish Review were both nominated for best small fictions. “The Girls at Kaiulani Resort” in Sundog Lit was nominated for a Pushcart. Check them out here, here, and here.

Leah Sophia Dworkin (issue two) also got three pieces out. “Gloss” in BOMB Magazine, “The Steamboat. One.” in Cosmonauts Avenue, and “À La Carte: Birth Wrong” in Lunch Ticket. Check them out here, here, and here.

Keep on writing and let us know about it (boinknews@gmail.com)

Keep on (b)OINKing hard!

 

Corwin, Apprentice (b)OINKer

Corwin Holzman

Corwin Holzman

Corwin Holzman is the intern. He is pursuing an MA in writing as well as running a Milwaukee karate school, competing in martial arts, and driving quite a bit. He also blogs about his adventures and thoughts here.
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